Mexico – the new economic superpower

There is a major new player in the game, boys and girls…   a new force to be reckoned with in the game of global economics.

Mexican flag on childs faceSo who exactly is this mystery force coming to prominence? For people not in the know, it usually comes as a complete surprise…   Considered by many to be a 3rd world afterthought in terms of economic power, Mexico is rapidly becoming one of the dominant countries in the world.

Rich in natural resources and possessing a young and vibrant workforce, Mexico is poised to replace members of the BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India and China), which were the major growth countries of the last decade.


Mexico – the new kid on the block


There you have just a few of the reasons that Mexico is a force to be reckoned with.  Armed with this knowledge, it’s easy to see why investment in this country will pay big dividends over the next 10 years or more.  If history has shown us anything, it’s that everything is cyclical and that countries with momentous growth provide a window of opportunity that is unparalleled.  Whether it’s business start ups, strategic investment in the stock market or real estate acquisition, enormous fortunes are made in the upswing.

Major economic growth in MexicoWe’ve seen fantastic wealth created in recent years – particularly in Russia and China – and Mexico is following the same trend that those countries followed, so even if you don’t manage to create a vast fortune, you can still position yourself so that you can take advantage of this shift in economic centers.

One of the best aspects of Mexico’s upward trending is its close proximity to the United States and Canada.  With the other countries in the past decade being a world away, Mexico is our closest neighbor and easily accessible for anyone.  That’s a huge plus because of the ease of access, plus the fact that it is part of the North American Free Trade Agreement or NAFTA.  Big, BIG advantages for those of us from North America!!  🙂


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